The data set originates from the Munich founder study. The data were collected on business founders who registered their new companies at the local chambers of commerce in Munich and surrounding administrative districts. The focus was on survival of firms measured in 7 categories, the first six represent failure in intervals of six months, the last category represents survival time beyond 36 months.
A data frame with 1224 observations on the following 16 variables.
Survival of firms in ordered categories with levels
Economic Sector with levels
Legal form with levels
one man business,
GbR, KG, OHG
Location with levels
New Foundation or take-over with levels
Pecuniary reward with levels
Seed capital with levels
Equity capital with levels
Debt capital with levels
Market with levels
Clientele with levels
Educational level with levels
Gender with levels
Professional experience with levels
< 10 yearsand
> 10 years
Number of employees with levels
0 or 1and
Age of the founder at formation of the company
Münchner Gründer Studie
Brüderl, J. and Preisendörfer, P. and Ziegler, R. (1996): Der Erfolg neugegründeter Betriebe: eine empirische Studie zu den Chancen und Risiken von Unternehmensgründungen, Duncker & Humblot.
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